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Soup in the News

(Archive Dateline: April 2005)

Date Item
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Nancy Jeffery reports that Benedict XVI ate pasta soup with his cardinals on Tuesday night after being presented to the people on St. Peter's Square.
Chicago Tribune
Manya Brachear says it was bean soup.
L.A. Times
Sebastian Rotella et al. say 20 nuns at the Vatican residence were caught off guard and hastily prepared soup AND beans for the dinner.
Washington Post
Alan Cooperman et al. says it was Italian bean soup.
Agence France Presse
Klaus Geiger says it was thick bean soup.
Good Morning America
Bob Woodruff reports that Pope Benedict XVI almost always eats just soup for dinner.
Herald Sun (Melbourne)
Analise Walliker reports on Simone Dalton's historical book on the "boring" Australian town of MacArthur, which features a recipe for cockatoo soup.
Mental Health Business Week
The Clara White Mission, recently awarded a substantial grant, began in the late 19th century when former slave and steamship stewardess Clara White indiscriminately served free hot soup from her back door to the hungry and homeless in Jacksonville, Florida.
AP Worldstream
Jan M. Olsen reports on Hans Christian Andersen's 200th birthday celebration in Copenhagen, featuring the play "Horseradish Soup and Stuffed Cabbage" based on his works.
The Hindu
British graffiti artist "Banksy" is reported to have smuggled a picture of his own soup can into New York City's Museum of Modern Art and hung it there...for 3 days before anyone noticed.
Library Journal Reviews
Christine Bulson reports on chef Don Pitabona's cookbook The Shared Table with a final chapter of recipes served after the 9/11 attacks from the Tribeca Grill, including lentil soup and corn chowder.